Scott Carter’s Blog Carter’s Corner
Maybe I'm showing my age here, but I'm not too into this whole Harlem Shake craze that seems to be popular with the cool kids these days.
I do know all about the Rolling Stones' Harlem Shuffle.
I'll take the Stones. The cool kids can have the Harlem Shake.
But in the spirit of fairness, a silly dance craze and a bad music video, here goes both for your viewing pleasure:
The Harlem Shake Gators style...
And The Harlem Shuffle Stones style...
Meanwhile, some fresh links around the Internet for your perusal:
--A memorable night on Wednesday for former Gators soccer star Abby Wambach in Nashville writes John Glennon of The Tennessean.
--Former Gators punter Chas Henry has signed with the Tampa Bay Bucs writes Roy Cummings of The Tampa Tribune.
--ICYMI, Gators coach Will Muschamp and FSU coach Jimbo Fisher agree on an early signing period according to Orlando Sentinel columnist Mike Bianchi.
--The Saints could find help on the defensive line in Gators defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd writes Larry Holder of The Times-Picayune.
--The Florida lacrosse team rolled to a 15-4 win Wednesday night at Jacksonville writes Max Mattern of the Independent Florida Alligator.
--Former Gators receiver Percy Harvin’s days in Minnesota could be coming to an end based on reports writes Talal Elmasry of the Gainesville Sun.
--In wake of the knee injury to Kentucky’s Nerlens Noel on Tuesday in loss to Gators, ESPN.com columnist Dana O’Neil reminds us that there’s more to Noel’s injury than how it impacts the Wildcats on the floor.
--Gators coach Billy Donovan’s team is playing pretty well, but so is another Sunshine State program in Miami, which Donovan says is “good for the state” writes Kevin Brockway of the Gainesville Sun.
--Here is a look at the challenge the UF women’s basketball team faces tonight on the road at Texas A&M writes Robert Cessna of The Bryan-College Station (Texas) Eagle.
--Also, Gators coach Amanda Butler is no Rod Stewart fan writes the Independent Florida Alligator – there is a Texas A&M connection.